Looking to get a graphic tablet to improve upon your drawing abilities? Graphics tablets can be an immense help when it comes to drawing for your flash games. They not only make your drawing look better, but it speeds up the process of drawing your graphics as well.But, with all those graphic tablets out there, it’s hard to know which ones are good. Here’s the most best and most reliable graphic tablets on the web.
This is a tablet brand that you’ve probably never heard of, but at $90 this is one of the cheaper tablets out there. Don’t be fooled by the price either, this tablet is good. It has 1,024 levels of pressure sensitivity, 4064 lines per inch and programmable hotkeys on the edge. As an owner of a 6×8 inch Manhattan Graphic Tablet, I have to say, it works great. It works great and I’ve had no problems with it yet, but it does come with a lifetime warranty just in case.
The Bamboo Fun tablet is made by the most trusted brand in tablets, Wacom. However, it is more than twice the price of a comparably sized Manhattan graphics tablet. At $199, the 8.5″ by 5.3″ version comes with a fairly large price tag. The pressure sensitivity is a respectable 512 and it has a resolution of 2540 lines per inch. But it is the cheapest version you can buy in the Wacom brand of tablets, so if you’re looking for a Wacom but don’t want to spend too much, give the Bamboo Fun a shot.
The Wacom Intuos is, arguably, the best and most reliable tablet out on the market. It features 1,024 levels of pressure sensitivity and a resolution of 5,080 lines per inch; higher than any other tablet in this list. This Wacom does come with a high price of 329 dollars for the 8×6 inch model. But if you’ve got the cash to fork out on a graphic tablet, or are a graphics designer, then this is definitely the tablet for you.
I know, it’s not even fair to put this one in here, as it blows the other ones away. But I couldn’t leave a list of the best graphics tablets without adding it in there. The Wacom Cintiq is essentially a computer screen that you can draw on. The setup lets you draw right onto the screen. The Wacom Cintiq 12WX weighs in at about 4.4 pounds and has a screen size of 12.1 inches diagonally across, with a 10.4″ width and 6.4″ height. The pressure sensitivity is 1,024 on both the pen tip and eraser. While it is expensive at $999, this tablet has no comparison. If you want a tablet that will let you draw right onto the screen, it may be worth it to take a look at the Cintiq.